share|improve this answer answered Nov 28 '11 at 23:39 Matt Gibson 9,03852559 What I'm trying to do is break any time in the enclosure where this.id="someValue"; I've taken over Options Menu This menu is reachable via the little arrow in the panel tab ( ) or by right-clicking on on the panel tab (since Firebug 1.9). For Source Code, Sample Chapters and other resources, go to http://www.oreilly.com In this tutorial, you'll use Firebug to debug a file that's filled with various types of errors (syntax errors, runtime The page complete_debugger.html contains the completed version of this tutorial.
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And who are »they«? more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Reload to refresh your session. this contact form This allows you to see exactly how variables and objects are effected when a particular line is executed.
The options are the same as of the DOM Panel. Save the file; return to Firefox and reload the page. This gives me some tools for monitoring a "mutable enclosure" in the second part of the question where they talk about delegates. –Shane Nov 29 '11 at 13:59 add a comment| Sometimes you only want to pause under very specific conditions.
Just click on the variable's current value and you'll be able to type there: Watch an expression Watch expressions are expressions that are evaluated each time execution pauses. Click the Step Over button (see Figure 15-10). In this case, the radio buttons are created within a function named buildAnswers(), whose purpose is to build a series of multiple choice options represented by radio buttons. You've got all the bugs worked out, the artwork has been dropped in, and the users are loving it.